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Dressed for Success

by Maggie Geppert, Vice Chairman

28th October 2017

BASHIR: Lieutenant Commander Worf, this is Lieutenant Commander Jadzia Dax, and Major Kira Nerys, our first officer.

WORF: Nice hat.

KIRA: (pulling the wimple off) I don't usually dress like this. We were in the holosuite.

WORF: So I gathered. You used to be Curzon Dax.

DAX: That's right. And I don't usually dress like this either.

                                                                                                             -from "Way of the Warrior"

I bought this shirt for my niece a couple of years ago.

I was hoping to counter her obsession with Disney Princesses, but alas, I was too late. 

Jadzia Dax

Anyway, it's not too late for Second Edition to get its own Self-Rescuing Princess.  I present to you Jadzia Dax, Conversant Veteran.  This Dax is fresh out of the holosuite, so is still a bit in character.  As a medieval princess, it is unlikely she could command a starship, so no [stf] icon.  As a member of the aristocracy, she has Leadership.  Science is a part of the Jadzia Dax core, so I don't suppose that can be left off.  And the Security is important for self-protection.  But you don't want to use this Dax in your deck for her skills.  She's all about great attributes (5/7/7 on a 2-cost personnel) and that fabulous ability. 

When this personnel is about to be captured or killed, you may stop her to prevent that. 

Are you seeing a lot of All-Consuming Evil/Tragic Turn Piles in your area?

Are Whisper in the Dark and/or Tsiolkovsky Infection making a comeback in your area?

Does someone in your area like to play a Cardassian Capture deck?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you may want to consider adding this Dax to your deck.

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